Thursday, September 24, 2015

Wiggle Seat




I have always had very active children but my last two girls take the cake, they are everywhere all of the time, from one thing to another really never staying on one thing to long before moving onto something else. 

Lets just say keeping their attention has never been easy. They have to be interested or it is a no go. With the wiggle seat which keep the child paying attention to their balance they seem to do better at staying on task. At least that is for the things that include sitting time.

These wiggle seats are being used with both children with ADHD as well as autism and they are seeing a difference in these children in many areas. I think this is a great ite. bumps. All children are different so see which works best with your child and at what time.  I love that this comes with a pump so that you can adapt to this the child it is going to be used for. 

You can find the wiggle seat on Amazon.
Wiggle seats have become popular with teachers and parents alike for their ability to calm the hyperactive child. Many parents have found wiggle seats to be a life saver during dinner and homework time. While teachers love them for the calming effect they can have on children, many even report improved behavior for ADHD and autistic children. 

Besides the positive effects on behavior these discs have all the same benefits of sitting on a balance ball, activating the stomach muscles while sitting leading to better posture and less back strain from prolonged sitting. 


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